Yoga at Kookaburra Creek

Les implants oculaires changent la vie des non-voyantsLe paludisme tue deux fois moins qu'en l'an 2000Tous les titres Vidéos2 minutes pour comprendre les boîtes noiresLes autres vidéos. Après la réussite au concours, les étudiants poursuivent leurs études à la :Faculté de Médecine de l'Université Nice Sophia Antipolis28, Avenue de Valombrose06107 Nice Cedex 2Le Diplôme d'État de Docteur en Médecine est délivré après une formation comprenant : - un Premier Cycle de 2 ans après la PACES- un Troisième Cycle de 3 à 5 ans en fonction de la spécialité choisie (Internat) Cliquez sur l'image pour l'agrandir A la fin du second cycle (en 6ième année), tous les étudiants passent l'Examen Classant National (soit plus de 7800 candidats issus de 36 facultés de médecine). En fonction de leur classement, les étudiants peuvent choisir leur cialis spécialité et leur ville de formation où ils passeront leur internat.

move • stretch • relax • breathe • realise • meditate

Yoga at Kookaburra Creek is derived from the ancient Raja and Hatha Yoga traditions which have been practiced in India for thousands of years. At Kookaburra Creek, the essence of yoga is retained, while the practices taught have evolved to be relevant, accessible and practical to contemporary students.

At its most fundamental level, Hatha Yoga was originally intended to bring the body, mind and spirit into harmony and balance so the deeper practices of Raja Yoga could be done with greater ease, leading the practitioner towards liberation. In modern times our goal may be different - to strive for perfect health, to be well, to cope with stress, to find a lasting inner peace and spiritual purpose - when there is a clear goal in mind, yoga provides the pathway toward attaining it.

When practised regularly and sincerely Yoga has the potential to bring us into harmony and balance, and bring about healing of both body and mind. Meditation is simply a a state of mind which can be accessed through the practices of Raja Yoga to bring calmness and control to the thoughts, emotions and outer sensations.

Our Inspiration

We have had the great privilege of studying directly with contemporary masters such as Swami Venkatesananda and Swami Satyananda of the Sivananda lineage, AG and Indra Mohan and Desikachar from the Krishnamacharya lineage, Sri Swami Somanatha, Sri Swami Satyanarayana and others both in Australia and India, and teach our classes at the centre in a traditional manner.

Each yoga class at Kookaburra includes some meditation, relaxation and pranayama (yogic breathing). When these practices are bought together the 'style' is known as Integral Hatha Yoga.

Our classes  

Beginners classes are comprised of fluid sequences which integrate breath and movement, bringing about enhanced general wellbeing, increased flexibility, and calmness and clarity of mind. These gentle practices are ideal for beginners as they place no strain on the joints and can be modified to suit stiff bodies.

The general yoga classes on our timetable are slightly more challenging but still suitable for people with a reasonable level of fitness and a willingness to try something new.

New students are encouraged to attend our 5 Week Absolute Beginners course and Introduction to Meditation Course to receive a thorough introduction to this ancient healing art and to learn to practice yoga safely with awareness and discernment.